This one is really fun! Santa’s Gingerbread house looks so sweet and inviting. Gingerbread evergreen trees surround the property and a big sled over-filling with presents sits right out front. Santa Claus’s house is studded with candy chocolates in red and green Christmas holiday colors and there is a welcoming wreath out front and candy cane windows, and icing icicles and a very sweet front walk way. This one is going to be fun to make! Visit here for the instructions.
We were at Costco yesterday for our weekly trip and they have started setting out their Christmas and holiday items and we found a whole area of Gingerbread House kits from Wonka. Looks like these kits are pretty user and kid friendly and would be a lot of fun to put one together with your kids or if you are a teacher or teach bible class this would be a fun class project for young kids. If you are a Costco regular, you know to buy these kits now because they will sell out and you’ll need to wait till next year to find them again and at $9.95 – it is a deal as they come with pretty much all you need. Have Fun!
What a neat Gingerbread House I found! Move over graham cracker cottages; there’s a new architect on the block and she’s a mid-century modern fan. This is a very unique twist to that old favorite. This modern Gingerbread house features a garage, a rock garden, and palm tress. The structure can be personalized and is 100% edible–within 30 days of unwrapping, that is. Comes fully assembled from Red Envelope, or just look at the pictures to build your own.
Holiday Chalet takes a more adult approach to decorating our Pre-Baked Gingerbread House. Make-ahead poinsettias are scattered over the roof; simple leaves and holly berries outline the windows and door. Visit here for recipe and pattern.
Battery-operated votives add a shining touch to our Illuminated Gingerbread Castle. Romantic Castle Cake Set provides the towers, turrets and peaked roof that help you build this royal home in a record time! Visit here for pattern and recipe.